Gay Boston: The Latest
The Tony Award winner for Best Musical, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," plays the Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre in Boston October 18-23, 2016 as part of the musical's first national tour.
Soprano Erin Morley comes to Boston this week to sing one of her signature roles -- Sophie in Strauss' "Der Rosenkavalier" -- with the Boston Symphony under Andris Nelsons. EDGE spoke to Morley about the role, the opera & her career.
Organizers of a cultural festival in Haiti celebrating the Afro-Caribbean LGBTQ community said Tuesday that it has been called off due to numerous threats of violence and a subsequent prohibition by a government commissioner.
Prosecutors have charged two protesters who rushed the stage of "Dancing with the Stars" in a protest against Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte.
Landmark legislation to boost awareness of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) to prevent HIV infection was signed into law today by California Gov. Jerry Brown, becoming the first statewide legislation of its kind.
Join the American Cancer Society on September 29 in Boston for "Vinyasa with a View," a unique evening rooftop yoga class to help fulfill the Society's vision of a world free from the pain and suffering of cancer.
Federal prosecutors say an Alabama man who imported a Chinese drug sold as a Viagra substitute has been charged with intentionally defrauding and misleading consumers.
Two men arrested in the killings of a California couple were friends with the victims' teenage daughter and attended "furry" events where some participants dress up in colorful animal costumes, according to friends and their social media pages.
Each of the estates of the 49 patrons killed in the gay nightclub massacre in Orlando will receive $350,000 from donations raised for the victims, an official with the OneOrlando Fund said Tuesday.
Republican senators pressed FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday about whether anything more could have been done to prevent recent acts of extremist violence, including the Orlando nightclub massacre and the Manhattan bombing this month.
A popular gay YouTuber from the U.K. who is accused of lying to police appeared in a California court Monday and pled not guilty to filing a false police report.
What are the chances the next president would have to make a decision on whether to use nuclear weapons? It's greater than you might think.
When 500 years of marriage is enough, call on Dr. Sigmund Freud for help.
Some leaders in a blue-collar Nebraska suburb that's home to Offutt Air Force Base are borrowing an idea from a vastly more liberal state: Ban apartment renters from smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes inside.
Sen. Charles Schumer argues the Wireless Emergency System is using outdated infrastructure and is in desperate need of an upgrade.
"Ask Brianna" is a Q&A column from NerdWallet for 20-somethings or anyone else starting out.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Sunday that his counterparts in the Group of Seven nations welcomed U.S. guidelines on regulating self-driving cars and have agreed to work together on creating such standards to maintain safety.
Milan Fashion Week made way for young talent on the last day of preview shows for next spring and summer Monday.
Are you living with distressing symptoms of irregular menstrual cycles, weight gain, infertility, acne, hair loss or increased facial hair growth? If you are, high insulin levels might be to blame.
You don't have to go to Yale to have fun in New Haven. Best of all, you don't have to pay Ivy League tuition prices.
Following the release of her explosive debut single "Nasty," Parris Goebel - AKA PARRI$ - shares the second track from her upcoming "Run & Tell Your Friends" EP: "Fiyah."